Armor of Heroes, a retro take on Company of Heroes, coming to PC on October 15 for a limited time

Play solo, team up against the AI, or go head-to-head in four-player battles.

Armor of Heroes

Publisher Sega and developer The Eccentric Ape will release Armor of Heroes, a retro take on Company of Heroes, for PC via Steam on October 15 as part of Sega’s 60th anniversary. It will only be available until October 19 at 10:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

In celebration of Sega’s 60th Anniversary, Sega has taken the retro thrill of old school tank battles and polished them up with a modern spit shine, integrating art and models from Relic Entertainment’s beloved Company of Heroes series.

Play solo, team up against the AI, or go head-to-head in all-out four-person player-versus-player battles!

Key Features

  • Three scoring modes:
    • Deathmatch – Reach the score limit or achieve the highest score within the time limit.
    • Score Zone – Only get points when within the zone.
    • Survival – Fixed number of lives; winner is the last tank standing.
  • Three configurations:
    • Arcade
    • Tactical
    • Hardcore
  • Nine game modes in total:
    • Crazy Tanks
    • King of the Hill
    • Standoff
    • Skirmish
    • Danger Zone
    • Last Man Standing
    • Annihilation
    • Carnage
    • Extinction
  • Four levels from small to large with destructible scenery.
  • AI opponents.
  • Fully configurable controls (keyboard and controllers via Steam Input).
  • Remote Play Together – Invite a friend, let them take a tank.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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